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ELECTRICAL CHARGES
CIRCUIT SWITCHING
POWER
CIRCUIT BREAKER
CLOSE
FORM
PART
DEVICE
POTENTIAL ENERGY
ATRIAL FLUTTER
ARRHYTHMIA
LOCAL LOOP
ENERGY
GROUNDING
BREAKING
ELECTRIC CURRENT
POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE
SWITCH
CIRCUIT
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Electrical Circuit"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. An electrical circuit is coupled with each of the at least one coil and a battery. (Web site)
  2. In an electrical circuit, the number of waves that pass a given point in one second. (Web site)
  3. When this electrical circuit is disrupted or there is a sudden "short circuit" then the heart stops suddenly causing an "arrest".

Electrical Charges

  1. Likewise, Ions or particles within the electrical circuit having unlike electrical charges are attracted to each other. (Web site)

Circuit Switching

  1. The result was called circuit switching, since at its conclusion, an electrical circuit was made between the calling telephone and the called telephone.

Power

  1. DIRECT CURRENT - A source of power for an electrical circuit which does not reverse the polarity of its charge.

Circuit Breaker

  1. Circuit Breaker: A protective device which automatically opens an electrical circuit when it is overloaded. (Web site)

Close

  1. When two wires in an electrical circuit are placed close together, their magnetic fields are the exact opposite of each other. (Web site)

Form

  1. Automating deduction using an electrical circuit To automate these logical deductions, the bombe took the form of an electrical circuit. (Web site)
  2. In a loop start circuit, the analog subscriber unit goes off-hook by closing, or looping the tip and ring to form a complete electrical circuit. (Web site)

Part

  1. In this way, the electron can become part of, and augment, the current in an electrical circuit.
  2. Track Circuit An electrical circuit of which the rails of the track form a part. (Web site)

Device

  1. RELAY - A device used to open and close an electrical circuit.

Potential Energy

  1. The voltage in an electrical circuit is the potential energy that can start electrons moving. (Web site)

Atrial Flutter

  1. AF can be distinguished from atrial flutter (AFL), which appears as an organized electrical circuit usually in the right atrium. (Web site)

Arrhythmia

  1. Location. The location of the problematic electrical circuit helps define the arrhythmia. (Web site)

Local Loop

  1. Traditionally, the local loop was wireline in nature from customer to central office, specifically in the form of an electrical circuit (i.e.

Energy

  1. Electrical termination of a signal ceases its energy flow through the electrical circuit.

Grounding

  1. Grounding - Establishing a connection in an electrical circuit or equipment between earth ground or electrical ground.

Breaking

  1. This strip breaks, or melts, in the event of excess electrical charge, breaking the electrical circuit.

Electric Current

  1. Electric current can be directly measured with a galvanometer, but this method involves breaking the electrical circuit, which is sometimes inconvenient.

Potential Difference

  1. Between two points in an electrical circuit the potential difference is equal to the difference in their electrical potentials.

Switch

  1. Switch: A device for making, breaking, or changing the connections in an electrical circuit. (Web site)
  2. Switch - A device that completes or disconnects an electrical circuit. (Web site)

Circuit

  1. A zero cross circuit is an electrical circuit that starts operation with the AC load voltage at close to zero-phase.
  2. Electrical shock occurs when a person comes in contact with two conductors of a circuit or when the body becomes part of the electrical circuit. (Web site)
  3. Load: Anything in an electrical circuit that, when the circuit is turned on, draws power from that circuit. (Web site)

Electrical Circuit

  1. Dedicated circuit: An electrical circuit that serves only one appliance (ie, dishwasher) or a series of electric heaters or smoke detectors. (Web site)
  2. Contactor A switch that can repeatedly cycle, making and breaking an electrical circuit.
  3. The electrical field causes the electrons to move from the semiconductor toward the negative surface, where they become available to the electrical circuit.

Categories

  1. Dishwasher
  2. Circuit
  3. Electrical Field
  4. Measurement > Force > Potential > Potential Difference
  5. Atrial Flutter
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